What’s the Subject? Expand your view beyond the walls.
Whether realistic or “fantasy,” a mural will introduce a wider worldview into your daily life. Look out beyond your cook top to a view across the Tuscan countryside. Your foyer landing opens through a painted gate to a pastoral landscape. A child’s room becomes a whimsical, dreamy place to inspire imagination.

Our clients love to be involved in the concept development phase, and including their ideas and personal objects in the imagery becomes an essential and enjoyable part of the process.

There is also a place in business settings for murals. A travel agency has requested a mural in their conference room to communicate their concept of international business travel. Owners of an Italian restaurant want to create the ambiance of a quaint fishing village. The possibilities are limitless.

Size and Shape
A mural can be any size. In a tiny room, a two-foot square “window” opens to a distant panorama. On a larger wall, a dramatic scene unfolds across the entire surface. Sometimes a mural will simply consist of a few painted images of plants, books, or other trompe l’oeil subjects. Because murals are always custom designed and painted by commission, unusual sizes or shapes can be created.

High Quality Materials
We use only the finest artist’s acrylic paints and high quality canvas. We incorporate a variety of painting and glazing techniques and installation methods in creating our murals. The method we select for installation will depend upon your geographic location and the actual size of the installation.


  • Painting the mural directly on the wall
  • Painting the artwork on canvas
  • Painting the artwork on panels
  • Digital reproduction of original artwork

Planning to move?
We recommend painting the artwork on a removable material if you think you will be moving or will want to change the location of the artwork.

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